Students at Kishwaukee College are expected to demonstrate integrity, honesty, civility
and respect. These values are important to the learning environment and should guide
the conduct of everyone in the College community, inside and outside of the classroom
setting. The College's Student Code of Conduct prohibits certain behaviors and activities,
which interfere with the orderly operation of the College and the pursuit of its educational
mission and vision.
Students’ Responsibility to Read and Comply with Conduct Standards
Each student is responsible to read and comply with the Student Code of Conduct, which
is published in the Student Handbook and College Catalog, posted on the College website,
and available in the Offices of the Vice President of Student Services, the Director
of Student Success and the Campus Security Office. In addition, students should also
consult and comply with standards of classroom behavior as stated in individual course
This Student Code of Conduct and Discipline Procedures are published by the Office
of the Director of Student Success and are subject to change in accordance with College
procedure regulations. For more information on the Student Code of Conduct, contact
the Office of the Director of Student Success, Student Center, 815-825-9738. To report
a violation to the Student Code of Conduct file a report.
Perla Gonzalez, a Kishwaukee College nursing student, was named the recipient of a $1,000 Illinois Community College Faculty Association (ICCFA) Student Scholarship. She was recognized with the award at the ICCFA conference luncheon on Nov. 10 in Bloomington.
The Kishwaukee College Continuing Education department will offer seven short-term training programs during the Spring 2024 semester. Kish short-term programs provide students with the skills and training needed to meet local workforce demands. The programs range from 11-20 weeks, allowing students to immediately start a career or build upon their skills with additional training.